Fifteenth annual juried photo exhibit “High and Dry”
High and Dry XV: From Nov. 24, 2015 – January 14, 2016
A photographic exhibition of peoples & places of the world's dry lands: On exhibit November 24, 2015 through January 14, 2016
Juror: Miguel Gandert, Albuquerque, NM
Now in its fifteenth year, this juried exhibition attracts images by photographers from across the U.S. This year's exhibit consists of seventy-four images by sixty-two photographers, all of whom were asked to respond to some aspect of life in an arid or a semiarid region. Subjects range from sand dunes in the Sahara Desert to ghost towns in Terlingua, Texas. It is our hope that these images will not only prompt aesthetic appreciation but also elicit reflection upon the realities of life on our increasingly thirsty planet
Reception: December 4, 2015, 5:00-7:00 pm
Featuring work by Marcia M. Abbott, John Baker, Marti Belcher, Eric Blackwell, Terry Brandt, John Brown, George Nobechi Bumstead, Holly Bundock, Justin Burrus, Robert Cason, John Chinn, Robin Clark, James Clinich, Terry Cockerham, Gregory Collins, George Craig, Ed Drake, Jeff Driver, Garrett English, Dan English, John English, Brett Erickson, Frances Feagin, Sandy Fortenberry, Dinessah Fuentez, Razvan Gelca, Guy Giersch, Steve Goff, John Gullett, Shiela Hall, Christina Hamilton, Melinda Green Harvey, Tom Heisey, Neal Hinkle, Matilde Holzwarth, John Hope, Kippie Hopper, Atul Joshi, Craig Kelley, Rita Kent, Elizabeth Louden, Alondra Machado, Liz McCue, Ann McDonald, Barbara McDougal, Lynn McLarty, Erica Mitchell, Ron Mouser, Sharon Mouser, Charitixan Nichols, April Pilley, Richard Rigdon, Mac Rowley, Christena Stephens, Martin Stupich, Steve Sucsy, Beckwith Thompson, Ashton Thornhill, John R. Van Beekum, Scott Webb, H. Lynn Wild, and Bill Wright.
Juror Miguel Gandert will give a short talk during the Decth 4 reception.
Sponsors: TTU Office of International Affairs and ICASALS
International Cultural Center of TTU,
601 Indiana Ave.,
Lubbock, TX 79409-5004
For more information: (806) 742-3667
This exhibition is made possible, in part, by a grant from The CH Foundation.
© Sharon Mouser